Vineyard Crossing is a 123-lot subdivision that will feature detached single-family homes, attached family homes such as duplexes and townhomes, as well as accessory dwelling units. The goal is to create an active neighborhood with the first-time homebuyer in mind. The project will predominately consist of 3-bedroom 2-bath homes, provide additional home ownership and rental opportunities in the form of duplexes and townhomes and allowing families to age in place by incorporating accessory dwelling units.
The proposal includes has a total of 2.2 acres of park land which will have both passive and active elements. There will be over 1/3 of a mile Class I bicycle lane within the Linear Park. Parks will have educational panels, fitness stations, and a play structure designed for 2 to 12-year old’s.
The proposal is currently in the entitlement phase and will be going through public review by the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors in the near future.
Tentative Subdivision Map (Revised 8/16/17)
Colored Tentative Subdivision Map - Illustrates the different type of lots (detached single family, alley loaded single family and attached single family)
California's High Housing Cost - Causes and Consequences - Published by Legislative Analysis Office
Perspectives on Helping Low-Income Californians Afford Housing - Published by Legilsative Analysis Office
Inclusionary Zoning: A Public Policy Failure - Published by the California Building Industry Association
Unaudited Housing Ratio Analysis (2008 to Current) - A break down of number of subsidized units construction vs. the number of known market rate homes.
Housing Imbalance (2001 to Current) - Data pertaining to the number of subdized units constructed and the need for additional market rate homes.
Removing Barriers to Entry for Local Economic Development in Mendocino County - Presented to the Board of Supervisors on June 24, 2018
Housing Conditions Survey - Presented to the Board of Supervisors on June 24, 2018